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    Yes Blue-whistling Thrush it is, often found near streams or rivers.

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    Siberian Ruby-throat.

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    I admire the unbelievable beautiful pictures. Beside the right gear and to know how to use it in order to get it, it needs surely a lot of patience.

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    And what a great move to not use photobucket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    ^ I've Thai friends who say crows are extinct in Thailand. Not that I have ever checked to see if it was true. They claimed people don't like them because they steal things and therefore kill them.
    Here's my crow pic taken in Bangkok last month..



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    Thailand bird photos-red-billed-blue-magpie-jpg

    Sitting on the fence at Nam Nao National Park.

    Red-billed Blue Magpie.
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    I believe this to be quite a rare bird - a Limestone Wren Babbler. Spotted today.


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    Also spotted today - a few minutes before I snapped the bird above and only a few metres away. I'm not sure what it is. A female black-naped monarch, perhaps. Or a blue and white flycatcher?


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    Not a photo, but bird enthusiasts may be interested;
    Strange reason why tui sound better at dawn - NZ Herald

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    Looks very much like a Limestone Wren-Babbler, would be interested in knowing where that photo was taken as they have a very limited range.

    Other looks like Female Monarch

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    Today's bird taking a bath Common Green Magpie

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    Quote Originally Posted by birding View Post
    Looks very much like a Limestone Wren-Babbler, would be interested in knowing where that photo was taken as they have a very limited range.
    I took that photo above the "Pra-tat-jarern-tam" cave in Saraburi province. I believe it's the same place you took your photos of the juvenile birds a couple of months ago (I saw on your website). I first spotted a pair on a low branch beside the stairway then followed them into the bushes (where that photo was taken), then saw three or four more 10 minutes later foraging/climbing up a rock face.
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    Yep thats the place, good one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by birding View Post
    Today's bird taking a bath Common Green Magpie
    It may be common by name but I would be thrilled to see one.

    I did see a nice woodpecker in the week that I eventually identified as a Freckle Backed Woodpecker. My new camera has still not arrived so no pictures.

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    Silver-eared Laughingthrush.
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    Out of my bedroom window this morning, a Coppersmith Barbet works on extracting breakfast from a dead tree.
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    https://www.facebook.com/events/1914158832167339/

    Aparently 25th 26th November sees the 16th Thailand Bird fair at Queen Sirikit Park (adjacent to Chatuchak).

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    Golden-throated Barbet.
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    A female grey-chinned minivet.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    A female grey-chinned minivet.

    Try Grey-headed canary Flycatcher.

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    Little Cuckoo Dove
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    Quote Originally Posted by birding View Post
    Try Grey-headed canary Flycatcher.
    Thanks birding. I see that you're right. It's interesting. I saw another bird a few seconds before this one and only a foot away from it. They seemed to be a pair. I had no idea what it was so I did some research and convinced myself that the other bird was a Bornean Blue Flycatcher but I wondered why it would be so far from where it supposedly stays (Borneo, and apparently nowhere else). So it got me thinking and I later concluded that the other bird (with a red/orange breast must be a male grey-chinned minivet and the yellow and and grey bird must be the female. Now I can see that the yellow and grey bird is as you say, a grey-headed flycatcher, but that now leaves me wondering what the other bird was. Perhaps a different species of Blue flycatcher. Here it is. Sorry about the poor picture quality. What do you think it is?



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    It is one of the blue flycatchers possibly Hill Blue but difficult to tell from that pose. The area where it was seen could also have a bearing on the species for some species are area specific.

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    It was about 50 metres from the location of the Limestone Wren Babbler from last month. Area at the bottom of the steps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    What do you think it is?


    Looking again at it and other photos I have, I've decided that it's a Tickell's blue flycatcher.

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